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Panned or praised, BRICS influence likely to grow

Panned or praised, BRICS influence likely to grow

Criticised and lauded, BRICS's impact on the world economy will likely be felt for years to come.

China Set for New March after the 18th CPC National Congress

China Set for New March after the 18th CPC National Congress

No single event, other than the US presidential election, was as keenly watched by the world as the once-in-a-decade power handover in China.

America’s gun violence is rooted in how its society is structured

America’s gun violence is rooted in how its society is structured

Mark LeVine uses social epidemiology to examine the disease of gun violence in the United States.

Russian Internet through the BRICS lens

Russian Internet through the BRICS lens

Marina Pustilnik discusses whether the increasing influence of the BRICS countries will impact upon internet freedom in Russia.

Foreign capital becomes refugee from crisis-afflicted Egypt

Foreign capital becomes refugee from crisis-afflicted Egypt

Unless Egypt provides a stable political environment, foreign investors are likely to avoid investing in its markets.

BRICS: The real reason they are important

BRICS: The real reason they are important

BRICS are embracing the change, argues senior journalist Peter Lavelle in his SWOT analysis.

Goldman Sachs and Indian PM get growth drivers wrong

Goldman Sachs and Indian PM get growth drivers wrong

Radhika Desai suggests that liberalising reforms are not the answer to economic growth.

Economic gravity works: Can China and Australia stand together?

Economic gravity works: Can China and Australia stand together?

What really lies at the heart of Australia's China challenge? One of China's leading economists explains.

Through a glass darkly

Through a glass darkly

Merle Holden examines South Africa's trading with the other BRICS countries.

The BNDES-a critical force in Brazil

The BNDES-a critical force in Brazil

BNDES is critical for reducing poverty and aiding growth in Brasil says Jorge Arbache.